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for the subsidy and then once we reconcile these records, they get taxed the money back off of their refund. and so this is what i mean when i say rude awakenings. people are signing up for insurance. they're getting tax credit subsidies funded by taxpayers. the irs is already telling us they're confused about how to do this. you're not telling us whether or not you're proactively determining whether, say, an under 26-year-old is actually eligible for the subsidies you're trying to sell them and the problem is once we learn whether or not they were eligible and if they weren't, people in good faith will be signing up for subsidies that they're not eligible for. >> i think you're asking a different question, which is are we doing 100% income verification on everyone. >> and subsidy eligibility verification. >> yes. so part of the question in the application process is are you depending on your parents, on your parents tax plan so that is part of the questioning that goes on and if so we move them in that direction. more importantly, part of what you're asking is the income verification, whic
tax credits available for some of the smaller employers who want to offer coverage to actually come into the marketplace. for the other businesses, the businesses hiring 50 or more, there is a standard that says an employee is considered full-time if he or she works 30 hours a week and that really came from a market snapshot with help from the small business administration of where employee benefits were in the private market based on hours of work, what was a part-time or full-time employee. what we know about the economic data is the high point of part-time workers was in 2008 and 2009 at the height of the last recession. it has been decreasing each and every year. there is no data to support the fact that there is an up tick based on the impending affordable care act. i am sure that there may be some individual employers making some business decisions about how many workers they want full time and how many part-time, but i can tell you there is no economic data or employment data that supports the notion that this is an effect of the law. >> true. in fact it's my understanding th
$509 a month to a $70 plan, plus additional tax credits because you qualified for both -- it brought your grand total down to a measly $1.11 some. >> yes, it did. >> for health care? >> yes, it did. how is that going to change your life? >> that was in comparison to a $509 plan that you were paying for. >> um, it just really will fit in the budget and me being a type 2 diabetic, i need certain things covered and this plan will cover these things, and at a savings, a great savings. >> and what do you say to those people out there that might be reluctant to visit health care.gov because there have been glitches, there have been problems and as you say, it was a time investment, but it it paid off for you, but what would you say to those people that could be reluctant? >> i would tell them to -- when you go on the marketplace, first of all, i would dial the 1-800 number that's provided and talk to the rep. tell them what you would like to happen for your health care and just be very patient and things will happen for you. ? all right. so again, you're paying $1.11 for the premium for th
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of people like me hate paperwork. they hate having to deal with accountants, they hate tax time, they hate keeping records, and they were told you don't have to deal with the bureaucracy, you're home free. just sign that policy and you're in business all for yourself. i think people were unfairly told you get away clean on this one. in fact you'll have to join the exchanges and deal with everything everybody else does. i think that was dishonest if it was done on purpose. >> most of us all hate change when it comes to things like this where we have to amend what we're used to, even if it is for our betterment. but let me talk about the fact that all of this is taking up the oxygen in the d.c. chamber and no one is talking about the shutdown and what that cost the country. >> i think these are different -- by the way, i think these are so unrelated. i know some people have already been saying, well, this is going to show that we were right in shutting down the government. i think people see them both as problems. one is the inefficient democrats and the other is the malicious republicans th
of that. >> it's very hard. if they cut it, a lot of people are going to suffer. >> i pay taxes and work so hard. and i believe that i should get some help. look what happened now. >> so you were down there with the chris hayes team. what's the disconnect here? the world's richest country yet we have this number of individuals, 48 million who need assistance. we've seen the number grow by 77% since 2007. what's the deal? >> i think what happened was when the 2008 financial collapse happened, there was this massive infusion of money into the food stamp program to deal with what they foresaw would be a huge increase in hunger as a result of the recession. what happened was they were able to stabilize the increase in hunger but it never went down to pre-recession levels. what's happening now is this money is getting phased out as a result of the stimulus expiring. >> where's the voice in congress? why don't they have a voice? >> there are a couple of people drawing attention to this. jim mcgovern has been a loud advocate on behalf of food stamp recipients. however, i think there's -- a lot
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